US customers have to pay a minimum of $10 to play on Unibet. Minimum deposit amounts vary depending on your currency and location. Some deposit methods have higher limits. Unibet accepts Visa and Mastercard debit and credit cards, ACH bank transfer, prepaid cards, PayPal, wire transfer, PayNearMe, cash, and E-Check. Here’s a bit more info about each of these methods.
Prepaid Play+ cards enable instant deposits and withdrawals. You can use one of these cards to withdraw cash from an ATM as well. They are accepted everywhere that Discover cards are.
You can make a deposit from a personal (not merchant) PayPal account.
CVS and 7/11 stores in the US all participate in PayNearMe. You can make a cash deposit to your Unibet account from one of these stores. Users get unique PayNearMe barcodes from the Unibet website.
Two casinos accept cash deposits: Mohegan Sun Pocono Casino and Hard Rock Hotel Casino in Pennsylvania resp. Atlantic City, NJ.
Finally, you can use E-Check to transfer funds directly from your savings or checking account. The casino has reliable security protocols in place, so users are assured they don’t need to worry about losing their money and/or falling victim to fraud.
The minimum deposits for all of these methods are $10 for US customers. The upper limits show some variation. They are $50,000 for credit and debit cards, but just $500 if you use PayNearMe. They are not specified for the remaining deposit methods. Users are encouraged to set their own upper limits.
The withdrawal methods are fewer than the deposit ones in number. Your location determines the withdrawal methods and the minimum amounts to an extent. US customers can make withdrawals via ACH transfer, in person at the two above casinos, or via the prepaid Play+ Card. To withdraw to your PayPal account, you need to have used it as the deposit method. The minimum withdrawal amount is $10 again.